On April 13, 2003, over 90 academics, public policymakers and community leaders came to the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to discuss key trends affecting the nation’s metropolitan areas. This conference, the sixth in the Bank’s Midwest Infrastructure Project, focused on access to employment for urban residents who may have limited housing options, or spatial mismatch.
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Understanding Isolation and Change in Urban Neighborhoods (Special Issue)
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